Wednesday, December 6, 2023

Joe Biden sends message after Hurricane Otis hits Acapulco

The United States has shown its support for Mexico to restore the areas affected by Hurricane Otis

The president of USA, sent a message to Mexico after Hurricane Otis hit Acapulco on Wednesday morning as a category five, leaving extensive damage in the region.

The Embassy of the United States in Mexico shared on its social networks the message sent by the president, which shows his solidarity with the Mexican people for the damage caused by the natural phenomenon that shocked Guerrero.

“I am deeply saddened by the loss of life and destruction caused by Hurricane Otis this week in Mexico. Our hearts go out to all those affected by this terrible storm. “I am directing my Administration to work closely with our partners to the Government of Mexico to offer our full support,” said Joe Biden.

The leader of the United States said that they are also working to guarantee the safety of American citizens who are in Acapulco, a region visited by thousands of tourists every year.

“We are also working to ensure the safety of American citizens in and around Acapulco. The United States supports Mexico, our neighbor and friend in this difficult time,” detailed the message sent by Joe Biden.

Hurricane Otis caused the destruction of thousands of businesses, hotels, shops in the port of Acapulco and its surroundings, currently the estimated loss is millions of dollars. The Government of Mexico is already working in the area with more than 10 thousand elements of the Armed Forces, security and Civil Protection to help the victims.

The official report shows that so far 27 people have died and four are missing, but it is expected that there will be more victims as the recovery and rehabilitation continues.

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